"I plan to work on..." for FC5
janina at rednote.net
Sat Jun 11 14:46:52 UTC 2005
Would it be useful to have yum NOT fail when one repo happens to be
offline? Even if the best/newest version of a package should happen to
be in that repo, I would find it helpful to get the best available at
the moment knowing that the latest and greatest version will be picked
up later on 'yum update,' etc.
Just a suggestion.
seth vidal writes:
> On Mon, 2005-06-06 at 00:57 +0200, Miloslav Trmac wrote:
> > Hello world,
> > (Apparently I don't know any better than to send this, which could start
> > another long-lived "future of FC5" thread. Apologies to all if that
> > happens.)
> I plan to work on:
> - helping purge core of duplicate packages and getting the duplicates
> picked up into extras
> - making better/more interesting package groups for extras
> - doing whatever I can to help with anaconda to add yum support for
> - pushing for more of an extended development cycle :)
> - deploying the second generation of the fedora extras buildsystem
> - using the extras buildsys code to do a parallel build of core as a
> way of testing how good the buildsystem code is.
> - Adding CD support into the repodata creator (createrepo) and teaching
> yum how to deal with removable media
> - Helping to make the errata/update announcements be more automated and
> providing the content in the announcements in such a way as to allow yum
> and pup access to the notices in runtime.
> - Getting rid of the ugly-ass fedoraproject.org main page and making
> the fedora project pages more informative and useful.
> That's my list for the moment. I'm sure other things will come up.
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